Address: 142 South Broad Street Grove City, PA 16127 Next to Joden Jewelry across from Subway.
From North (Meadville, PA)
79 South to 80 East
Exit 24 to 173 South
We are between Blair St
And Pine St on the right
Next to Joden Jewelry
From South (Moraine State Park)
79 North to Exit 113
Take 208 to the right
Straight on to S Center St
Right on E Pine St
Left on S Broad St
We are on the left between Pine and Blair St.
Next to Joden Jewelry
From East (Clarion, Pa)
80 West to exit 24
Turn right Erie St
Left one to South Center St
Left onto W Pine St
Left onto S Broad St
We are on your left
From West (Mercer, Pa)
58 East to Grove City
Turn Left on South Broad St
We are on your left
Please bring information to complete a Patient Registration Form and Patient Health Report and an emergency contact for our office for our office.
Payment Arrangements – We accept Visa, Master Card and Discover. For your convenience, there is also a finance company available.
We maintain our 24 hour, 7 days a week phone service, in addition to our normal office hours (7 a.m. – 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday), our staff will answer your calls and connect you with the appropriate provider.
You may receive a courtesy confirmation call a few days before your appointment. If you’re unable to make your appointment, please cancel within 24 hours beforehand or fees may apply.
Hours of operations:
Monday 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Tuesday 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Wednesday 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Thursday 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Friday 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Saturday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
This Location also has:
Discounts & Gift Packages Available
FREE Vein Screenings
Private & Confidential Setting
Weekend & Evening Appointments
12 Convenient Locations
Medically Trained Staff
Customized Treatment Plans
Non-Invasive or Minimally Invasive Options
Pittsburgh’s Locally and Family owned
Free parking, wide availability
Free coffee, Water, Tea
SERVING THESE AREAS
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What are the most common treatments used for vein problems?
The most common treatments for vein problems, such as varicose veins and spider veins, include:
- Compression Therapy: This involves wearing compression stockings or hosiery that provide graduated pressure on the legs, helping to improve blood flow and reduce symptoms like swelling and pain.
- Sclerotherapy: A minimally invasive procedure where a solution is injected into the affected veins, causing them to collapse and gradually fade away. It is commonly used for spider veins and small varicose veins.
- Endovenous Laser Therapy (EVLT): This procedure uses laser energy to close off larger varicose veins. A thin laser fiber is inserted into the vein, and the heat from the laser seals the vein shut.
- Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA): Similar to EVLT, RFA uses radiofrequency energy to heat and close off problematic veins. It’s effective for treating larger varicose veins.
- Ambulatory Phlebectomy: In this surgical procedure, small incisions are made in the skin near the varicose veins, and the veins are physically removed. It’s often used for larger or more extensive varicose veins.
- Venous Stenting or Angioplasty: These procedures are used to treat blockages or narrowing in larger veins and may involve placing a stent to keep the vein open or performing angioplasty to widen it.
- Lifestyle Modifications: Vein problems can often be managed by making lifestyle changes, such as regular exercise, maintaining a healthy weight, elevating the legs, and avoiding prolonged periods of standing or sitting.
- Medications: In some cases, medications may be prescribed to alleviate symptoms, reduce inflammation, or prevent blood clots in patients with venous issues.
- Laser or Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Therapy: These methods can be used for cosmetic purposes to treat small spider veins on the face or legs.
- Microphlebectomy: A minimally invasive technique to remove bulging varicose veins through tiny incisions.